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M.Sc. Chemistry (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology)


Syllabus : Under the CSS Regulations 2020 of Mahatma Gandhi University w.e.f. 2022 Admission Onwards

PROGRAMME NameM. Sc. Chemistry (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology)
Total credits80 (for 4 semesters) [Core: 64; Elective: 12; Open: 4]
*Equivalent to M. Sc. Chemistry with specialization in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
  • The Board of Studies has restructured the curriculum as per the Outcome Based Education (OBE) system. The teaching methodologies and the evaluation system are also modified in accordance with the outcome-based approach. The Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs) and the Course Outcomes (COs) are presented in the beginning of the syllabus. The correlation of PSOs and the COs are shown in the syllabus for each course
  • The final semester is fully dedicated to a six-month research lab or industrial work concluded with the dissertation. This will ensure a research career-oriented post-graduate degree course uplifting the students’ prospect in the ever-advancing field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
  • Upon successful completion of the two years in the program, the candidates will be awarded a Master’s Degree in Chemistry (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) under the Faculty of Science of Mahatma Gandhi University.
Eligibility for Admission

The basic requirement for admission to the M. Sc. Program will be as per Revised CSS (credit and semester system) Regulations with effect from 2020 admissions (applicable to the Postgraduate Programme of Mahatma Gandhi University). Reservations of seats are based on University/ Government Rules.

Admission Procedure

Candidates have to appear for the Common Admission Test (CAT) conducted by the MG University in April/ May of every year. Relaxation of marks and Reservation of seats under SC/ST are based on University/ Government Rules. Admission may be based on the written test alone or written test and interview or on the basis of the marks obtained in the qualifying examinations as well as the marks obtained in the written test, the interview and/or the group discussion conducted by the respective Schools as decided by the Faculty Council of Schools/Centres/Institutes from time to time. The Rank list for admission will be prepared as per university guidelines. For details regarding Course Registration, Duration of the Course, Admission to programmes, Common Academic Calendar, Course and Scheme design, Course teaching patterns, Student assessment patterns, Grading of students, course Reappearance, improvement, Readmission and Repeating, Grievance recording and redressal, Inter-school academic collaboration, etc., please refer to Revised CSS (credit and semester system) Regulations with effect from 2020 admissions of Mahatma Gandhi University